A BRADFORD Bulls star is getting on his bike to help homeless and vulnerable people this weekend.

Levy Nzoungou will be cycling for 50 miles as part of a team of fundraisers in a moonlit ride in aid of the Hope Centre, based in St Helens in the North West.

The Bulls prop, 22, will join a team of riders from midnight on Saturday night/Sunday morning for the event.


Nzoungou, who has signed a deal to stay at the Bulls for the 2021 season, said: “I was messaged about it and I said yes to it straight away.

“We are starting off at around midnight and we will probably finish at about 3 to 4am on Sunday.

“I bought a bike at the start of lockdown and I like to get out riding every day. It is good for my fitness too.

“Christmas is coming and I want to help make people happy.

“It is not a good time for everyone at the moment.

“If people can give £1 or £2 that would be great.

“It’s Christmas, wee want everyone to have a good time.”

Go to /justgiving.com/fundraising/andrew-donnelly18 to make a donation.